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34.11 Braise Austin

February 3, 2011

I don’t know about everyone else, but this arctic weather makes me not want to do much of anything. I would be perfectly content calling it a snow day and catching up on my Tivo. But if I’m going to brave these chilly conditions and step outside, it may as well be to go eat somewhere with amazing food.

I first learned about Braise on one of my visits to Simplicity Wine Bar (List Item 363.  http://365thingsaustin.com/2010/12/29/363-simplicity-wine-bar/), as Braise comes to you from the same people that are behind Simplicity and Jezebel’s.

They have a great wine selection, and their menu is fantastic. According to them, it’s “food for the soul as well as the belly.” The French onion soup is out of this world, and would be perfect for a cold day like today. One of the coolest things is that the entrees come in half or full sizes. It’s genius! The osso bucco and the garlic mashed potatoes will keep me coming back.

I keep hearing that East Sixth is the new up-and-coming part of town, and with places like this, I think it rings true.

Don’t miss the half-off lunch deal today: https://365austindeals.com/austin/offer/.

Location:
2121 E. 6th St.
Austin, Texas 78702

http://www.braiseaustin.com/

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